Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana on September 3, 1920 · 9
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Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana · 9

Lafayette, Indiana
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Friday, September 3, 1920
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THE LAFAYETTE JOURNAL COURIER. Friday Evening:, September 3, 192t). RANQIS! WEIRATH," foreman at . Goodrich Rubber Co., Akroi' O., vHo -declare hi has improved so aincei taking Tanlac that no ne would ever take him to be the tame man. Says he gained fourteen pounds. - M f "To look at me today no one would evpr take me to lie the same person I was before I began to take Tanlac. It has simply done wonders for me, and 1 want everybody to know about . this medicine," said Francis Weirath, foreman of a large department of the Xloodrieh Rubber lymipanv plant at Akron, O. Mr. Weirath resides at 210 West State street, tliat .eitv . "I was in an awfully bad state of health for fourteen years, and during the past ten years I got to the point where life was a burden. I suffered terribly with indigestion and dyspepsia. I never had any ap petite and all I could "eat for breakfast was a soft boiled egg and a little milk. T. would get so nervous and miserable that many a night I never slept a wink, and when nothing would bring me any relief I had just about come to the conclusion my case was hopeless. "I haven't .taken but three bottles of Tanlac, but I feel better than I have ' felC for ... twelve years. I've gained fourteen pounds in weight and am getting heavier and stronger every day.; I never have indigestion any more, my appetite is splendid, and I eat just anything and every thing I want. -1 sleep sound every night, and all that tired, worn-out. feeling is gone. In fact, I am a well man in every way, "The men at the plant all tell me I .am looking fine these days and getting fat. They all want to know what I am doing to myself, and It's always a pleasure for me to tell 'hem 'about Tanlac." Tanlac Is sold in Lafayette by Bartlett Drug Co.: in Dayton by Frtd R. Widmer; in Chalmers by Frank K. Donaldson, and in Odell Ft. F. D. ' from Attica, by John P. Hatt; in Battle Ground by C. F Walters. .-'""''- ROOSEVELT 111 STATE OF MAINE Democratic Vice Presidential Closes Three Three Day Tour of New England Country. rBy the Associated Jress. " PORTLAND, Me., Sept. 3. Franklin D. Roosevelt, democratic nominee for vice president, at a meeting here last night, closing the first of a three days' tour of the state in the. interests of the party candidate in the state campaign. told his audience that "the issue of the league of nations as against no league of nations or as against some substitute wholly indefinite will appear clear to the American people." He deplored "blind partisanship" and said he believed it was rapidly disappearing "especially now that the. women of America have been accorded the franchise." In afternoon addresses at the open -air rallies at Ktttery, Old Orchard and . Biddeford, Mr. Roosevelt said he had been given "a wonderful reception"' in the west. He repeated . the demand that Senator Harding leave the front porch and let the people of the country see and hear him and praised Governor 41'ox ' for his "great constructive record." At Kittery Mr. Roosevelt was met by a number of officers from the Portsmouth, N. H., navy yard and by Governor' Bartlett of New Hampshire. A large crowd greeted him at Old Orchard and at the conclusion .ofhis address he had to force his way- through admirers eager to sliae his hand, in order to reach his automobile. JO URNAL COURI DAILY PAGE Bringing Up Father Copyright. 19T3, by IMmt!onf T 6ar1a l Registered U. ft. Patent C !? JOVE-I VE Ml6tED THE LAtT TRAIN uvitT am i to rn " Irf HOUtE- JUDCE - kl i ll ee CLA.D L, TO hAve, CO I HOPE VE DlOlS'T WAKE TOO WIFE UP- o ASLEEP -PUT XOOR THE bPA.R, ROOM) L. -Mjf. N t U I I V II i t fX 1 I 1 1 II II J-l I Ml , EXr -frgfr : Ak 'XV v? , V' vZ AHlHE'ti SEEN tMt - WHAT A LOT Or Doings Of The Duffs It's a Good Thing Olivia Didn't Stay Any Longer. Resinol at the first sign of skin eruption A'ou don't'fcnow how far that itching nof -xi eczema, or bit of rash might develop, and it' sbest to check it at once by using RESINOL OINTMENT. Its cooling, healing qualities Usually stop itching and burning after the first application. Kesinol also an excellent healing dressing for bums, cuts, stubborn , little sores, etc At all ROCKFIELD Mrs. Pearl Beneflel entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trent, Mrs. Marie Miller, of Wabash; Mr. and Mrs. William Trib- bett, of Delphi; Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bruce, Harvey Bruce and Levi Groninger. . . .The Tribbett re union . was held on the school groundss Saturday and there was a good attendance... . .Georg Cree and family, O. . Porter and family, Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Little and Mrs. Mattie Hawk, of Burrows, attended the Cree reunion near Walton Sun day..... The Bowman families,- of this vicinity, and Delphi, and Miss Agnes Kelly spent Tuesday at Co lumbian park, where they greeted relatives at. the Whistler reunion. ....The Christian congregation were all day attendants of the Burnetts- ville church Sunday. In the evening a number of the Burnettsville people motored over for the evening services at the local church. .. .Miss Dorethea Snyder visited relatives in Radnor this . . week. . . .Mrs. Annie Bohannon returned Sunday from a visit in Detroit. Her daughter, Mrs. John Hardin, came home with her for a visit of two weeks.... Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kromm will go to Indianapolis Sunday to visit their daughter, Mrs. Donald Mullendore, and attend the state fair. .. .Charley Suiter and family, of Burnettsville, visited Mr. and Mrs. John Shuey Sunday Mrs. Bertha Kallin and son Lewis Alexander, of Chicago, came last week to attend the Tribbett reunion. .. .Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Snyder. Miss , Dorethea Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. George Deel, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Snyder and daughter Maxine, Raymond' Snyder and L. J. liinton were dinner, guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John Coble. .. .John Bene- ftel, of Indianapolis, is here on a visit to relatives Mrs. F..C. Sanderson Is visiting in Michigan.... airs. James Burk went to Logans-port Sunday to see her new grandson, James Owen Burk, born to Mr. and .Mrs. Herbert Burk, Saturday, Augustr.28. . . .Mr. and Mrs. William Rybolt.. of Point Isabel, were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Lily Ray.... The C. W. B. M. will meet with Mrs. Lewis Shuey Thursday afternoon .... The war mothers of the township- attended the picnic in Delphi Thursday. 1 ; m k i iM 1 I . . .ill I I ugo?p sj:? cowmg home- mu Hello heiej,uie f oust did Voy UAve A VOOC-VACATION f I WAS WO40EPIJJ vmeU Voo vyece. COM1MG Home-! T so clad To see Too loon Hcxrii.j w?a A METSAL FoCL I kevioi rr ) pir vjilpuc, TUe tisr Uo4 sto vje ve c- I At?e A5 TatC J TAT 7tMA IS. as- i-t- " y m 4 J If THE CLANCY KIDS And Sho Meant It V MULBERRY ITOLO HIM I UOUL0 JpeK TO HfM AC A AHO I HCAN IT r ,1M r- .It I f" 1 r l ir rinu-uf jnt-Miun i t tJ ( nnit I v RITS Help the government in this war on rats. Mepefmottte Rat Anihilator,. w-the most effective rat killer on the markft and- it completely cons'.imesthe body of the rodent, leaving p resulUtnt odor. If you will use (his rat exterminator as directed" "and it does not rid your !acc of rats the McDermott Co. will refund "your money. , Sold by the HITCH Drug' Store Fifth and Columbia Quite a delegations of our local democrats went to the J. Ham Lewis speaking at Frankfort Wednesday evening.... Mrs. Peter Bryan and her grandchild are here from tho northern part of the state, visiting with relatives. .. .Mrs. Rosa Edwards, Mrs: Helen Foster and Mrs. Sina Bryan spent Sunday with Mrs. Ida Peters of Fair Haven. .. .About 25 of our citizens motored to Delphi Monday to take part In the Roosevelt- meeting. . . .Miss Elizabeth Miller has returned from Frankfort where she has been visiting with her aunt The Ladies' auxiliary of Wiedner Institute served dinner at the Clendening sale south of town on Wednesday of this week.... Mrs. Rosa Edwards and daughter Mrs. Helen Foster are here from Indianapolis, visiting the former's mother. Mrs. Sina Bryan. .. .Mrs. Sheubeck and daughter are here from Fort Wayne visiting with Mrs. Sheubeck's 1 father, Ed Peters and other relatives The quietude of the part of Mulberry for which its citizens are noted, was suddenly broken Monday evening by the sudden outburst of shrieks, yells and bombardment of firearms by the "young bloods of our town," when they had an old fashioned "belling" for Mr. and Mrs. Russel Seigfreidt, recently married. The bride and groom were not ' at home when the "bellers" arrived but the "company" remained until they came. Freckles and His Friends Tag Solved the Mystery! lunNrctnccc f,cy J V AUldi ??kS. ALnCtr A ftlllfVivl m i wot s uiis op k W,t7in i, v r I uw our! X LsijCfe'l Ma h e v yi x RUBE GOLDBERG'S BOOBS Prominent People Have a Lot of Pals They Never Heard Of. Copyright, mi, ly U. L GollbrE. AID ON TIME DEPOSITSi Writ for BookUt Farmers Jc Traders rrllat. Bank TH-PTMld.B. " CaaUav. "TO GcfT YoO OAO THTS PrlOMG ALL ujeK to take fbo TO LOOCH SIT ii m L IN OUR STORE QUALIV IS HIGHER THAN PRitE B.: Berber Bros. j, ; FURNITURE. Corner Eighth and Main St. JOURNAL COURIER- WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Y y- j - Kl0..5 ? HYHRSTMAH6 AJOK 1 I I -Tff?or WAS . TO- GT So -THAI WAS vt 1 ccfccncvT , V-' -- OF COMICS By George McManus TO MAvc HE Vti'VZ 1AM rC.HT tU IM ArVO By Allman I4t VTJ.T 4 TxjKgCHj ,ju A Arc. "XSO MUCH J JA Ci --H oy PERCY" L. CROSBY a. A - HUO,C6NrRAt-CfIfN,i to a Pa rty a n y3 u cur By Blosser 1 CUT.' , ISl i , l v.: -v, - " - r . (V ' KAVCC A SOslTGMCe com, Kim cur 1

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